Tuesday, 15 December, the tax authority and Israel police announced the arrest in two different investigations 28 people suspected of fraud in especially large sizes.
In one investigation, 15 people were detained, suspected of writing bogus tax receipts in the amount of about 700 million shekels.
Among the detainees: Ofir Gal’per (38) from Ashdod, Shahar Lev (37) from Givat KAF-Het, max Rosenfeld (35), Boris Levin (45) and Dmitry tsybulski (40) from Rishon LeZion, Artur Abaev (33) and Sergey Sidorov (47) from Petah Tikva.
Magistrate’s court extended the arrest of 10 of the detainees, including Dmitry Cybulski (for three days) and Maksim Rozenfeld (six days). Both are owners of firms hiring workers in the construction sector.
Also today, investigators from the tax administration and the police of Israel arrested 13 people suspected of fraud in trade of gasoline.
In particular, they accused the dilution of petrol with other liquids and issuing fictitious receipts in the amount of tens of millions of shekels.
The detainees will soon be transferred to the court for extension of arrest.